A cautionary tale of second-class shares

The value of a company must be shared with all, writes Christopher Rossbach

Misbehaving banks must have day in court

Elizabeth Warren is right to call out deferred prosecution agreements

GE executive seeks Export-Import Bank funding

US risks compounding mistake of not joining AIIB, says Rice

Cable groups to tackle concerns on merger

Comcast and Time Warner Cable face vital meeting with DoJ

Rothesay to cut infrastructure investments

Pensions group says government scheme is failing to deliver

Dollar’s rise casts shadow on US earnings

Driver of equities depends on how multinationals weather currency

Google overhauls search rankings

Experts dub shift ‘Mobilegeddon’ predicting pain for sites

A man holds the new Fire smartphone by Amazon.com Inc. and demonstrates the phone's app's including icons for Spotify, Shazam, eBay, Skype, and Linkedin during a demonstration at a news conference in Berlin, Germany, on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014
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Brussels plans to shake up telecoms market

Reforms will fuel accusations the EU favours European operators

Addy Loudiadis CEO of Rothesay
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Rothesay Life gears up for an IPO

Pensions insurer shrugs off the heightened competition

Cargill guards private life in 150th year

Sixth generation looks to balance family ownership with growth

Instagram develops app for Apple Watch

Photo-sharing group makes first foray into wearable technology

Dubai prepares for Iranian investment

Emirate ready to act as bridgehead if sanctions are lifted

Investors right to question megamergers

Historically mergers and acquisitions have been value destroying

Mylan dismisses bid interest from Teva

Israeli group’s market value of $66bn is double its US target’s

Leach stands down in BlackRock reshuffle

Head of European capital markets considers ‘other opportunities’

Tech billionaires aiming to disrupt death

On the biotech front, things may be catching up more quickly than you think

Week in Review, April 18

Indian tax, financial fines, global gym deals and Yahoo

Struggle at America’s Main Street banks

Bank earnings remain under pressure until Fed lifts rates

Twitter ‘slow’ on abuse, says executive

Company not ‘appropriately recognised extent of harm inflicted’

Google’s search for a European answer

Internet giant may pay price for failing to offer real concessions

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